IIf your parents are going to help you learn they should:-
Read a copy of the Highway Code and work with you on the theory test.
Decide what to do and where you're going to go before setting out. A large deserted car park is ideal initially, as you can concentrate fully on the feel of the controls and response of the car.
Use quiet roads until you've developed confidence, especially around traffic. They should provide good feedback when you're practising.
Avoid carrying passengers.
Be fully aware of the various hazards at all times; they must be constantly anticipating the moves of others.
Know what you are being taught by your instructor and what techniques are being used, to avoid clashing.
Make learning enjoyable.You shouldn't be dreading getting into the car each time you go out.
Anyone supervising a learner driver must over the age of 21 and have held a full licence for at least three years. The supervisor must also remain under the legal alcohol limit and not use a hand-held phone whilst supervising.